For 19th-century audiences, Fitz Henry Lane’s seascapes conjured exciting possibilities of faraway places and fashionable goods. Many of the ships in these paintings left harbors near Boston and sailed to ports in China, returning with silks, tea, and works of export art. Join Layla Bermeo, Kristin and Roger Servison Assistant Curator of Paintings in the Art of the Americas, to explore a new arrangement of paintings by Lane and his contemporaries that brings together seascapes and export art, illuminating a time when American merchants and Chinese makers shaped the global art market.